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Libertyville

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  • Police alert after attempted sexual assault along Libertyville trail

    Police alert after attempted sexual assault along Libertyville trail
    Libertyville police have sent out an alert after a man tried to sexually assault a woman along the North Shore Bike Path and Des Plaines River Trail. The attack occurred under the Route 176 underpass, according to a statement from the Lake County Forest...
  • Man dies in Mundelein-area crash

    Man dies in Mundelein-area crash
    A Mundelein man died and three other people were injured when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a car heading toward him on a Mundelein-area road Saturday afternoon, police said. Brian E. Martin, 49, of Mundelein, was pronounced dead at...
  • Authorities using video to investigate Libertyville jogger attack

    Authorities are using video surveillance from nearby businesses to investigate an attack on the North Shore Bike Path near Libertyville Sunday afternoon. Lake County Forest Preserves Police Chief John Tannahill said a woman in her early 20s fought off an...
  • Cops: Man fatally shot after confrontation with Wauconda officers

    Cops: Man fatally shot after confrontation with Wauconda officers
    A 36-year-old man was shot and killed by police in northwest suburban Wauconda Monday afternoon, according to a police department release. Police were called to a home on the 100 block of Slocum Lake Road around noon by the man’s roommate,...
  • Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Grayslake police blotter: April 22

    Lake Zurich, Mundelein, Grayslake police blotter: April 22
    The following items were taken from police reports: Lake Zurich •A Lake Zurich resident reported on April 14 that $11,000 in unauthorized charges were made on a credit card. •A 33-year-old Wauconda man was arrested April 14 at 11:31 p.m....
  • Financing of Route 53 extension still down the road

     Financing of Route 53 extension still down the road
    Officials working on plans to extend Illinois Highway 53 into Lake County met Thursday to discuss ways to pay for the project, with an eye toward figuring out the financing this year. With the extension projected to cost between $2.56 billion and $2....
  • Next 24 hours 'challenging' for crews clearing snow

    Next 24 hours 'challenging' for crews clearing snow
    With snow melting and more precipitation arriving, Lake County towns are doing what they can to try and prevent flooding. Lake Zurich Public Works Manager Mike Brown said the next 24 hours will be especially challenging for crews working quickly to...
  • Salt in short supply in Libertyville, Lake Forest

    Salt in short supply in Libertyville, Lake Forest
    Officials in Lake Forest and Libertyville are cutting back on salt to conserve their stores in hopes it will last through the winter. Snow showers again hit Lake County, bringing in 2 to 4 inches of snow today, according to the National Weather Service....
  • National signing day | List of signees

    Football Nick Allegretti, Lincoln-Way East: Illinois Brian Allen, Hinsdale Central: Michigan State Rudolfo Antuna, Crete-Monee: St. Xavier Jamal Baggett, Oak Park: Akron Brandon Barry, St. Charles East: Illinois State Matt Biegalski, Wheaton North:...
  • Woman charged with vandalizing 20 churches, mosques

    Woman charged with vandalizing 20 churches, mosques
    A Gurnee woman faces felony charges after authorities said she was responsible for defacing 20 Lake County houses of worship with red spray paint. Meghan Heinze, 22, appeared in court this morning on charges of criminal defacement to property at a place...
  • Deerfield allowing backyard chickens, but Highland Park not sold yet

    Deerfield allowing backyard chickens, but Highland Park not sold yet
    In April 2012, Barbara Solheim and her then-4-year-old granddaughter, Sophia, walked into Deerfield's Village Hall with a request: Change the village law to allow chickens. About 10 months later, after hearing from Solheim and other residents, Deerfield...